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Limited-time free access to Science's Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment (STKE)

Charles Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Fri Dec 1 10:03:24 EST 2000

This is just a reminder that Science's Signal Transduction
Knowledge Environment (STKE), located at http://www.stke.org,
has extended its free access period until January, 2001.

Beginning January 15, 2001, access will be by subscription only.
An order form with secure credit card processing and immediate
online access will be posted closer to that date.

If you haven't been to the site in a while, please come back and

The new Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase Pathway by Lewis Cantley

The Open Forums on Methodology and Cell Signaling

The new Review on ADP-Ribosylation Factors

If you've forgotten your username or password, please visit
http://www.stke.org/sub/recnamepwd and we'll have your
username and a new password emailed to you.  If you have any
problems, call our Member Services department at (202) 326-6417.

Please pass this news onto any colleagues you know who may
want to take advantage of the remaining time in the free access

The Editorial Staff of Science's STKE

Science's STKE is proud to sponsor the 11th International

Conference on Second Messengers and Phosphoproteins in
Melbourne, Australia, April 22 - 26, 2001. Go to
http://www.secondmessengers.com/index.html for more
information or to register.

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